Vipers SC President Lawrence Mulindwa has confirmed that they will play games at night.
Mulindwa, speaking on Tuesday as the club unveiled a new coach, revealed that they are installing floodlights at St Mary’s Stadium in Kitende.
This is expected to be as soon as the Uganda Premier League return from the CHAN break and also their CAF Champions League games.
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UPL last had night football in the 2018/19 season, with games played at Namboole under floodlights.
KCCA FC earlier on said that they will have night football at the start of the second round.
St Mary’s Stadium, with a capacity of 15,000 and with an artificial turf, is home for league holders Vipers.
It has been used by Uganda Cranes with the National Stadium (Namboole) still under renovation.
The Stadium was built in 2017, adjacent to St Mary’s Secondary School Kitende along Entebbe Road.
Vipers Next Home Games At Kitende:
*Feb 17: Horoya (CAF)
*Feb 22: Wakiso Giants (UPL)
*Feb 24: Simba (CAF)
*Mar 17: Raja Casablanca(CAF)
*Mar 19: KCCA (UPL)